So I haven't had a chance to really dig into the actual text yet, but I wanted to let everyone check this out for a few reasons. First a few notes:
- This is a throwaway repo, but thought it would help me put together the basics until we figure out what to do with everything. So don't worry about repo structure and such.
- This is approximately the structure I think we should go for, with a TOC at the top with the questions under topic headings, regardless of whether this stays somewhere in GitLab or directly onto the website (or both).
- Not every question that exists in the current FAQ and video FAQ transcripts is on here. This is because some of the answers should either answer multiple questions, or link to other PR content that explains in greater detail other derivative questions.
- I tried to include everything that didn't seem redundant.
- Feel free to comment here or within the repo itself with any thoughts.
What I'm looking for at this point is:
https://gitlab.com/rhtucker/OpenMW-FAQs ... nMW-FAQ.md
- Am I missing any vital questions?
- Are there questions that you feel we get asked all the damn time that aren't included?
- Do the categories make sense?
- Are the questions in the appropriate category?
- How do you feel about the number of questions per category, and is that something we should even worry about?
As you can see, it's a LOT of questions. I'm not 100% sure how I feel about this. I think it's important to have as much information as possible, but I don't want users to become lost in them. I'm also feeling more and more like troubleshooting should be a separate entity somewhere else, because that has the potential to grow out of control.
I'm also of two minds about the voicing used. In the video transcripts, we had a conversational version, and a more "sterilized" version of each question. I think conversational does seem more accessible, but I'm afraid of clarity being lost. Some of my questions have a little bit of a conversational tone to them where it makes sense, but I wanted to keep it more on the sterile side of things to keep clarity as high as possible. How do we feel about this in general? I'm thinking, due to the shear volume of questions, it's essential that we keep things as concise as possible.